Frequently asked questions
What are the three major factors in the college placement process?
Grade package (SAT, TOEFL, GPA from High School), Athletic level (What is your level on your sport, how good you are comparing to the competition), Budget (how much money are you willing to invest on your future).
What payment methods do you accept?
We accept all major credit cards, PayPal, Venmo and Bank Transfer inside the U.S.
Transferência bancaria is also accepted for Brazilian customers.
What is UTR?
Universal Tennis Rating (UTR) is the universal system used by college coaches to recruit tennis players around the world. It is a number, between 1.00 and 16.50, that indicates a player’s level of play. They are updated weekly and are calculated based on the last 30 matches played within a year. For more info please click here.
What is a Good UTR?
What is the minimum TOEFL score to enter a 4 year college?
The minimum TOEFL score to be accepted in 4 year college is 61 on a 120 point scale. 80 or higher is considered good and will get you in most of the universities in the U.S.
What is the difference between College, University, and School?
As undergraduates, None. Here in the U.S. it is very common to hear any of those terms and they mean exactly the same thing for undergraduate programs. However, Colleges do not offer Masters and Doctoral programs.
What is GPA?
How much does college cost?
College costs can go from US$0 (full ride) all the way to US$ 65,000 (Ivy League) per year. On average athletes that work with Conquer Sports Management L.L.C. will pay from US$ 0 to US$ 20,000 dollars per year (including housing, meals, and tuition) depending on their skill level, grade package, and location wants.
Do you have a question?
Please send us a message using the chat button or email us at email@example.com and we will get back to you as soon as possible!
When should I start the Process?
The earlier the better, however a good rule of thumb would be about 1 1/2 years before planned enrolment.
Will I receive a scholarship offer?
Per NCAA and NAIA rules, we are not allowed to guarantee scholarships.